13042 International Trade Law

Credits: 3 graduate credits in Business Administration / Law, Ethics and Taxation

Prerequisites: Operations Research, Accounting for Managers, Marketing, Management and Organizational Behavior, Financial Management, Corporate Law for Managers

Authors: Susan Kershner, Gur Finkelstein

Objectives: The course provides a comprehensive survey of international trade law and practice . The main emphasis of the course is on the global integration and unification of international trade law through international treaties as well as on regional development in general and in the European Union in particular.

Topics: National laws, International laws; lex mercatoria, international sale contracts; conflicts between law and procedure; financing international contracts; transporting goods by sea, air and land; competition and marketing law; the European Union: structure, goals and general perspective on the economic community; Israel-EU relations; settling international disputes.